Taylor Brooks Foundation
TBF Increase visibility of childhood cancer
TBF Provide humanitarian support to patients and care-givers
TBF Extend resources to analyze and implement treatment options
TBF Contribute resources to research new treatments
TBF Teddy Bears for a Great Cause - Taylor Brooks Foundation and the Gwinnett Gladiators  
TBF Welcome to our new sponsor, Cherokee Soccer Association Impact!  
TBF Teen inspired foundation to support kids with cancer - Article about Taylor Brooks Foundation in the Gwinnett Daily Post  

"Hero Central: Mom Shares Donut Legacy" Jill Becker from 11 Alive features Melissa Brooks and the Taylor Brooks Foundation on their weekly spotlight Hero Central

TBF The Taylor Brooks Foundation logo was featured on Jimmie Johnson's Helmet of Hope during the Pepsi 500 NASCAR race at Auto Club Speedway on October 11, 2009  
TBF Donate to the Taylor Brooks Foundation and be stylish in the process by ordering your own soccer scarf!  
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TBF Visit Taylor's Profile on the St. Baldrick's Foundation Website  

Childhood Cancer is not like adult forms and research into adult forms often does nothing to advance treatments for children. Childhood cancer is seriously underserved by the well known cancer groups as one major organization recently gave only $5m for all forms of childhood cancer yet it gave $35m for one single type of adult cancer. How serious is Childhood Cancer? It is the number one disease killer of children. It strikes about 2 class rooms full of children each day. Jeff and I have formed the Taylor Brooks Foundation to serve patients, families and doctors dealing with rare forms of childhood cancer through:

  • increasing the visibility of Childhood Cancer
  • humanitarian support of the patients and caregivers
  • resources to analyze and implement treatment options
  • resources to research new treatments
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Order your Taylor Brooks Foundation / Soccer for a Cure scarf and show you're doing your part and Spankin' Childhood Cancer! All proceeds go to help support the Taylor Brooks Foundation.